Resources

There are a wide variety of ideas today concerning sexuality and gender as they relate to Christian belief. This list is offered for individuals seeking information on these different perspectives. Choros does not claim any particular theology or teaching, and we do not intend to promote any specific stance with any of these resources. We offer them for readers to do their own research and seek answers to their questions, at readers’ discretion.

Neither Choros nor Taylor University endorses or is in any way affiliated with the organizations, individuals or publications listed below.

If you have suggestions for resources which are not currently on this list, feel free to contact us and let us know.

Gay Christian Network: This is one of the best sites for anyone wondering if it is possible to be gay and a Christian. Visit their Frequently Asked Questions page as well as “The Great Debate“essays.

Is Being Gay a Choice? 

Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin?

Perspectives on the Bible:

One View: What Does the New Testament Say?

Another View: Understanding the Bible’s Teachings on Same-Gender Sexual Activity

Your Story:

The Danger of a Single Story

Coming Out:

Why Come Out?

The Church and Homosexuality:

What is the Church Getting Wrong?

How Should the Church Respond?

Blogs and Websites:

Crumbs from the Communion Table – Justin Lee

Spiritual Musings – Wesley Hill

Student Inqueery – Stories from Christian Colleges

Rachel Held Evans – Not everything is about sexuality, but she has some great articles.

The Gay Christian Fellowship

Books:

Spiritual Friendship by Wesley Hill

Washed and Waiting by Wesley Hill

Torn by Justin Lee

Love Is an Orientation by Andrew Marin

Us Versus Us by Andrew Marin

UnClobber by Colby Martin

God and the Gay Christian by Matthew Vines

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